Garages in Bromley stock a huge range of tyres at great prices. Use our tyre icon link to get a quote or make a booking today.
We appreciate that nowadays the sheer number of makes and sizes of tyres can be a little overwhelming, so don’t hesitate to contact your local PTA garage for further assistance.
What’s included in the price?
EVERYTHING! All of our tyre quotes are fully inclusive. Below are the extras that some large tyre companies charge for, on top of their original tyre quote: Valve – Balance – Environmental Disposal – Fitting.
Tyre pressures are best checked when the tyres are cold (in the morning). Tyres should be inflated to the vehicle manufacturers recommendations. Some tyres operate better at slightly different pressures. Some cars are fitted with integral tyre pressure sensors in the valve assemblies. These items are subject to a high degree of corrosion due to weather conditions and high varying operational temperatures, can become fragile & could break very easily. This is one of the major causes of slow punctures, especially on French vehicles, also corroding aluminum wheels.
Runflat tyres – Do I have to fit runflat tyres?
Not in all cases! It may be possible to fit standard extra load tyres that are much cheaper and can also be repaired when punctured. Although you must fit the tyres in pairs, for example both fronts or both rears, or all 4 at once – the savings can be substantial.
Any feel of vibration should be investigated, as it will cause premature tyre wear, decrease the service life of steering components, damage wheel bearings & cause poor handling. The first & lowest cost initial item to check is wheel balancing, this is carried out free of charge with new tyres.
If you pick up a nail or screw in your tyre we offer a puncture repair service. The repair we carry out is of the permanent cold vulcanising type and is available provided that your puncture is relatively central in the tyre tread. We are unable to repair punctures either in the side wall of a tyre or within 25mm of the tyres “shoulder”. All puncture repairs include replacing the standard valve & balancing the wheel.
Please allow a little more time for a puncture repair as they take longer than a tyre replacement. You may be able to drive to us with a nail in the tyre, this is because radial tyres have a soft butyl liner that seals around small penetrations to prevent sudden air loss. This minimises the risk of high speed sudden loss of pressure, and it allows a get to safety option. If you remove a screw or nail, the tyre will deflate quickly.